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Tag Archives: jujitsu

Why Some Jujitsu Control Techniques Do Not Always Work — and How to Fix Them!

Tuesday, March 21st, 2017

Let Black Belt Hall of Famer/budoshin jujitsu master George Kirby show you three ways to use enhanced pain to make your control techniques more effective for self-defense.
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Posted in Jujitsu.

Thomas LaPuppet: Remembering a Pioneer of American Karate and Fighter From the Legendary Tong Dojo

Tuesday, September 20th, 2016

Thomas LaPuppet had a long and impressive resume: U.S. Marine, New York firefighter, actor, bodyguard for Donald Trump, not to mention shotokan standout, international karate referee, Black Belt Hall of Famer and mentor to thousands of young martial artists.
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Posted in Martial Arts History.

Most Dangerous Man in the World: MMA Fighter and Special Forces Soldier Tim Kennedy

Friday, April 10th, 2015

You name the skill — punching, kicking, grappling, knife fighting, shooting — and this martial artist has trained in it. And used it. For real.
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Posted in Combatives.